Previous reports suggested that the Samsung Galaxy M41 may have been canceled, while the Galaxy M51 may have taken its place. But that doesn’t seem to be the case, with a 3C certification filed on June 28 showing that the M41 may still be “alive.” The EB-BM415ABY device is 3C and Korea Safety Certified, notably with a massive 6800 mAh battery, manufactured by Anperek Technology Co., Ltd. in Ningde, China.
Although media outlet MySmartPrice claims it is the cancelled device Galaxy M41, there may be the Galaxy M51, or it could be two devices.
The battery is also displayed on South Korea-related security websites and features physical photos of the product. Because the M-Series is an entry-level series, it’s likely to support only 15W of charging speed, which means it will take a long time to replenish the depleted battery.
These phones may carry the Snapdragon 730 SoC and offer 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It may come with a 6.5-inch punch screen and an integrated fingerprint scanner.